Pochard is a contemporary apartment set overlooking a lake.
Located on the first floor, the apartment offers a very high standard of self catering accommodation ideal for small groups who are interested in staying at the prestigious Lower Mill Estate, a highly regarded region within the Cotswolds.
The property has two bedrooms and all 'mod cons' (incl games console!) necessary for an enjoyable and comfortable stay.
The access to a private deck area is a particular feature which we felt added to the appeal of the apartment, especially because of its view over Swillbrook Lake.
With access to the Spa and pool included, this is a great Cotswold retreat!
Also available is local bike hire for adults and kids and canoe, kayak and paddle board hire for adults and kids (subject to water temperature).
Updates for on-site facilities following the latest Government Guidelines:
Social Distancing: Please respect social distancing of 2m for all staff and any other site users unless permission has been given and additional safety measures are utilised.
The government has confirmed that the Spa, Pool and gym facilities must remain closed until further notice.
Play Areas: The Government has confirmed that we may re-open outdoor play areas.
Soft Play Area: The Government has confirmed that this must remain closed until further notice.
Open Water: Whilst we understand that the swimming pool facilities will be closed upon a return to the Estate, and you may then be tempted to swim in the lakes, we must remind you that open water swimming on the lakes at Lower Mill Estate can be dangerous and if any person chooses to partake in open water swimming, they must be aware of the following:
The open water bodies are NOT supervised by LME staff
British Standard buoyancy aids must be worn by all Homeowners, Guests and Renters wishing to use the lakes and users are encouraged to make themselves aware of the location of throw lines which are situated at appropriate locations at the edge of lakes
Swimmers should ensure that they do not enter the water bodies without supervision from others of their household
Swimmers will be asked politely to leave the water bodies if it is believed that the activities taking place are dangerous or no buoyancy aids are worn
No inflatables to be used on the lakes at any time